A property rental business can be started from scratch with just a pen, a notebook, and a phone. Search through local advertisements, compile a list of offers, and make deals, gathering your commissions. Imagine how your business could take off if it gets the power of the Internet?
Property Manager was made to relieve realty brokers from organizational challenges and optimize their operations to generate more revenue at less paper workload. Its a tool for creating your own online agency with marketplace for property owners. They could publish their rental offers in your database and find customers to rent their property to. Each record could have a detailed property history, drill-down reports, photos, videos, including the 360-degree panorama, and any other details — you can even add your own data sets if youd like to.
With such amount of current data at your disposal, take advantage of the Managers search capabilities and quickly locate the offers your customers look for. With a click of the mouse you can take a customer for a tour around selected properties. To draw more attention to specific places, you can stick the «Featured» or «Special» labels on them. Inquire about specific dates or special conditions take only a click on the link; the response will appear right on your front page.
The software supports rendering premium services and provides you with tools for managing memberships, subscriptions and recurring billing. It comes along with e-commerce solutions, such as integration with all major merchant services.
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